London is widely known as the most experimental city of Fashion Month, and this season it didn’t disappoint. Over the past few days, the men’s shows in London saw a bevy of crazy sneaker styles, with which designers played with unexpected materials such as crochet or recycled materials.
At J.W. Anderson, the designer debuted slip-on sneakers with multicolored crochet flaps (which grazed the floor as models walked). Meanwhile, Casely-Hayford partnered with artist Helen Kirkum on mixed-media sneakers, which were made of disregarded and recycled materials.
Streetwear brand Maharishi sent split-toe sneakers down the runway, a silhouette that resembled cloven hooves.
In collaboration news, Wales Bonner partnered with Manolo Blahnik on shoes this season, presenting cut-out fisherman sandals and patchwork boots.
For more crazy shoes, click through the gallery.